Fruit of a long-standing friendship, the Niaouly hotel was created in June 2008, from an association with Ms. Nicole Faure (my former employer in France, now my friend) and Mr. Daniel Labussière (a friend met in 1999 in Madagascar living in New Caledonia)
Since its opening, the hotel has continued to evolve, improve and improve with the cash we have.
It is above all its geographical location that attracted us in the building: In the intermediate city, between the lower town and the upper town, far from pollution and noise ... while being in downtown Antananarivo.
- Admirer of Madagascar -
... Rated 3 ravinala ...
Classification of hotels in Madagascar:
From 1 to 5 stars - Luxury accommodation
From 1 to 3 Ravinala - Cheap accommodation
As part of this qualification, we are subject to a tourist sticker of 1000ar per night and per room, in addition to a tourist tax of an equivalent amount.
These 2 taxes are included in our price.
The Niaouly hotel has been a member of FHORM since 2015: Federation of Hoteliers and Restaurateurs of Madagascar
SPECIAL FEATURES AND ETHICS
The hotel regularly welcomes young interns by serving as a springboard for their professional integration. (We pay all interns!)
This is made possible by our tourist category, which supports small imperfections due to the lack of experience.
The clientele of Niaouly Hotel is made up of many residents working in fields as varied as social, ecology, humanitarian, fair trade, ...
Many NGOs have adopted Niaouly for its location and its spirit, as well as many tourists, students paying new attention to Madagascar, between contemplation and discovery.
Anyone residing or traveling to Madagascar must be aware of the effective implementation of the law 2007-038 of 01/14/2008 which stipulates, among other things, that
"Sex tourism refers to the fact that a national or a foreigner travels for any reason whatsoever and has sexual relations for financial remuneration or benefits with children or prostitutes who themselves seek sexual relations to obtain one any advantage "and that it is punishable by 5 to 10 years' imprisonment and / or a fine of Ar 4,000,000 (€ 1,600) to Ar 20,000,000 (€ 8,000)."
Charges have already been handed down in Nosy Be, Antananarivo, and many other cities in Madagascar, based on this law.
To know more : Ambassade de France à Madagascar
Here, customers are not kings! … In any case no more than the other customers, the staff and the Malagasy population.
Children are well brought up!